[NAFEX] Re: fundraising

Bruce Hansen brucedhansen at sbcglobal.net
Wed Oct 20 09:03:53 EDT 2004


Heron:

Could we assign tasks to those who are interested? How much would it cost to
purchase all the old issues from POMONA? Do you scan them?

Bruce
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[mailto:nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org]On Behalf Of Heron Breen
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 10:06 PM
To: North American Fruit Explorers
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Re: fundraising


 It would take some doing, I agree, but the price would not be cheap. Think
of how  much any given program costs: at least a couple hundred bucks. A
prototype format  can be made from which copies can be made at request, and
later issues added each  year or so. The index collation would be a chore,
but once done, it is done. That  way you can bring up, say, all the articles
on apples with russetting. Key word  searching in the index. An interesting
project...how do these ideas turn into  reality? To who and how do any of
the ideas discussed get presented? What is the  procedure for instituting a
new direction in NAFEX? Heron On Tue Oct 19 20:44 , JoanRRosenberg at aol.com
sent:  >I would be interested in back issues on cd.  I had asked about it a
while back.   There are a LOT of back issues to be scanned, and they have to
be indexed with  hyperlinks, probably in universal pdf format.  I do not
have a program to do this.   If I did my issues as received would have been
scanned already.   _______________________________________________
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